All articles by: Eraldin Fazliu
Opposition alienated as ‘final phase’ of the dialogue continues
Lack of consensus and confusion over compromise in lead up to Brussels meeting.
Thaçi puts dialogue over democracy
President’s leading role in ‘final’ phase will polarise Kosovar politics further.
More debate over health care is good for the health of society
Kosovo 2.0 discusses the challenges the Kosovar health care system faces.
Unidentified remains and prevailing pain
Identification process keeps wounds of relatives of the bereaved and the missing endlessly open.
Florian Bieber: In some ways, the EU encourages regional autocrats
Leading academic on Western Balkans talks about constrained democracies, foreign influence and the potential for change.
Hashim Thaçi — (dis)unifying the people?
Two years into his mandate, Kosovo’s president is more divisive than ever.
Lumir Abdixhiku: “Politics is not the first or last stop of my public engagement.”
LDK deputy speaks about the development of the party, the (im)possibilities of forming coalitions and right wing politics in Kosovo.
Another ‘normalized’ day between Kosovo and Serbia
Đurić deportation causes yet another rift in relations.
Mytaher Haskuka: We can achieve change faster when we are united
New Prizren mayor discusses the possibilities and challenges of governing Kosovo’s second city.
Is Kosovo’s international love affair coming to an end?
Political reaction to this week’s EU enlargement strategy shows marked shift in tone.
Miloš Zeman’s election victory in Czech Republic could spell bad news for Kosovo
Stagnant Czech-Kosovar relations look set to continue.
Government parties staring down challenging 2018
How are Kosovo’s governing parties shaping up for new year?
First 100 days show Haradinaj’s power is shackled
Premiership characterised by unfulfilled promises and haphazard spending.
Runoff process challenged in Supreme Court
Legal move by Vetevendosje after recount decision in Prishtina and Prizren.
Nerves and surprises as local political landscape continues to shift
Prishtina and Prizren still too tight to call.
Agim Bahtiri vs. Valdete Idrizi
Businessman mayor of Mitrovica takes on former civil society member.
Cedomir Jovanovic: If we only take care of Kosovo Serbs, we will only sacrifice them
Serbian opposition deputy talks of supporting Kosovo’s independence, liberal politics, and Russian meddling.
Voices in the new Prishtina Assembly
Freshly elected deputies from Vetevendosje, LDK, PDK and AKR talk to K2.0.
Lessons all round after mayoral elections
Kosovo’s main political parties all have reasons to reflect.
“New phase” of Kosovo-Serbia dialogue raises more questions than answers
Uncertain future awaits while calls for unity fall on deaf ears.
Albin Kurti: “Politics is not the art of the possible. Politics is art. Simply, art.”
Kosovo’s most voted deputy explains his ideas on policymaking and comments on recent developments in this election year.
Korab Sejdiu: “If we consider the long term, I believe AKR made a mistake”
The newly independent deputy speaks about his reasons for leaving AKR and his future in politics.
Is Lista Srpska a trojan horse inside Kosovo’s statehood?
Kosovar government’s agenda in danger of being dictated from Belgrade
We don’t yet know who will form Kosovo’s government, but it is clear that citizens voted for change
Politicians from all parties should pay careful attention to yesterday’s shock results.
Kosovo politics is entering a Machiavellian era
New coalition between PDK, AAK and NISMA can only increase apathy among the electorate.
What’s happening with health insurance?
Premium collection set to begin despite lack of public information.
Shpend Ahmeti: I want to be measured on the extent to which Prishtina exists for its citizens
Prishtina’s mayor discusses his first term in office and looks to the future in this election year.
Minority Political Representation: Bosniaks
Second of a 5-part focus on those representing Kosovo’s minorities.
Minority political representation: Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians
First of a 5-part focus on those representing Kosovo’s minorities.
Running to live
NATO's intervention brought hope, but also retaliation, forcing many to flee their homes.
Mimoza Ahmetaj: The Balkans is a fragile region that is continuously influenced by external powers
New Minister of European Integration says the EU has a bright future, there is no plan B for Kosovo and border demarcation with Montenegro must pass in the Assembly.
What can Kosovo learn from the latest developments in Romania?
In an evolving democracy, the popular vote cannot legitimize corruption.
Is it time for unity representation in Brussels?
K2.0 explores the increasing calls to redesign the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue process.
Brussels dialogue continues amid increased tensions
EU facilitating today’s meeting between leaders of Kosovo and Serbia.
Reviving the rhetoric of the past
The language coming from Belgrade this week has been reminiscent of dark days in Kosovo.
Kosovo Assembly united in condemning Haradinaj arrest
Escalated political tensions with Serbia over historical warrants.
Will Kosovo’s international support fade in 2017?
Challenges lie ahead after a year of political upheaval amongst Kosovo’s traditional allies.
Citizens take to the streets demanding ‘Justice for Astrit’
Calls for independent investigation into Astrit Dehari’s death.
The sweet taste of Swedish democracy
Stockholm trip highlights how far Kosovo has to go when it comes to media freedoms and human rights.
Signs of strain in Kosovo-Turkey relations
Events in Turkey this summer have highlighted that the 'special relationship' isn't all plain sailing.
Ruairi O’Connell: Those in Kosovo’s justice system have chance to become a hero
UK Ambassador says ‘Pronto Affair’ must be a turning point for Kosovo, but insists there are wider problems with high-level corruption.
Democracy? Stability? One year on from the international agreements
On the anniversary of two internationally backed agreements with its neighbors, Kosovo appears weaker.
Citizens lead new wave of Prishtina protests
Hundreds take to streets following PDK wiretap revelations.
Hot climate in Kosovo’s politics
The wave of political events in Kosovo this week have surpassed the sweltering heat of the summer.
Ferizaj workers continue steely fight for justice
Former factory employees occupy municipal assembly.
WAITING FOR THE BUSES
Citizen-activism initiative founder says pressure must continue on institutions to bring about change.
EC proposes visa-free travel for Kosovars
Visa liberalisation big step closer after positive decision.
Kosovo’s political prisoners
Those jailed during a time when thinking differently was illegal still bear the scars of their detention.